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Hands-on with the Marvell HyperDuo hybrid storage controller

Marvell's demos show that its HyperDuo hybrid storage controller is a great way to get the best out of your computer's storage.

By Jan. 6, 2011


Marvell HyperDuo

CNET senior associate editor Dong Ngo shows off the Marvell HyperDuo hard drive controller technology.

By Jan. 7, 2011


iMac firmware update enables SATA III capabilities

Apple's recently released EFI firmware update for the new 2011 iMac models has reportedly unlocked SATA III performance capabilities on the new systems.

By May. 5, 2011


Marvell's HyperDuo (photos)

Marvell's HyperDuo hybrid storage solution allows for meshing a hard drive and a solid-state drive together to create a high-speed high-capacity storage system.

7 Images By Jan. 6, 2011


OCZ Vertex 3 SATA-600 solid-state drive

With excellent performance, the OCZ Vertex 3 SSD makes an ideal internal storage drive for laptops and desktop computers, especially those that support the 6Gbps SATA standard. Its hefty price tag will make most consumers think twice, however.

By Apr. 11, 2011

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Samsung to release SATA 3 solid-state drive

Samsung announces that it will ship the next generation of its solid-state drive, the 830 series, in October.

By Aug. 17, 2011


Marvell intros low-cost, high-performance SATA controller for SSDs

Marvell unveils its third-generation SATA controller for SSDs that offers more features and high-speed performance at lower cost and energy consumption.

By Mar. 14, 2012


Get a 1.5-terabyte SATA hard drive for $69.99

This is probably more storage than most folks need, but if you're doing anything at all with HD video--filming it, recording it, etc.--you'll find this deal hard to pass up.

By Jun. 30, 2010


HighPoint ships first 6Gbps SATA controller card

HightPoint introduces the first SATA 3.0 add-in controller cards for desktop computers.

By Nov. 2, 2009


Mac OS X 10.3.7: SATA drives unmounting

Mac OS X 10.3.7: SATA drives unmounting

By Jan. 11, 2005